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KLEM Local Schedule (week of November 13)

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SUNDAY RESULTS – November 19

(N-F-L football)

Detroit 27, Chicago 24
Jacksonville 19, Cleveland 7
Baltimore at Green Bay
Tampa Bay 30, Miami 20
Minnesota 24, L.A. Rams 7
New Orleans 34, Washington 31, OT
N.Y. Giants 12, Kansas City 9, OT
Houston 31, Arizona 21
Buffalo at L.A. Chargers
Cincinnati at Denver
New England vs. Oakland at Mexico City, Mexico
Philadelphia at Dallas (N)

(Open: Indianapolis, N.Y. Jets, San Francisco and Carolina)

Monday: Atlanta at Seattle

(college basketball)

PUERTO RICO TIPP-OFF CLASSIC FINALS:  Iowa State vs. Boise State

(N-B-A basketball)

Toronto 100, Washington 91
Indiana at Miami
Golden State at Brooklyn
Detroit at Minnesota
Chicago at Phoenix
Denver at L.A. Lakers

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Islanders at Carolina
Colorado at Detroit
Ottawa at N.Y. Rangers
Florida at Anaheim
Los Angeles at Vegas

 

 

MONDAY RESULTS – November 13

(major league baseball)

UNDATED – Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Cody Bellinger is the unanimous winner of the National League Rookie of the Year Award after batting .267 with 39 home runs and 97 R-B-I’s last season. Bellinger is the second consecutive Dodger to receive the honor and the 18th since Jackie Robinson won the first award in 1947. St. Louis middle infielder Paul DeJong finished second and Pittsburgh first baseman Josh Bell was third in the voting conducted by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America.

UNDATED – Aaron Judge has become the first New York Yankee since Derek Jeter in 1996 to win the American League Rookie of the Year Award. Judge won the award unanimously in voting by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America after leading the AL with a rookie-record 52 home runs last season. Boston outfielder Andrew Benintendi finished second in the balloting, followed by Baltimore slugger Trey Mancini.

HOUSTON – Houston Astros outfielder and designated hitter Carlos Beltran has announced his retirement just 12 days after winning his first World Series. The nine-time All-Star revealed his decision in an essay written for The Players’ Tribune website, ending a 20-year career in which he batted .279 with 435 home runs, 1,587 R-B-I’s and 312 stolen bases. Beltran captured the AL Rookie of the Year Award in 1999 and won three Gold Glove and two Silver Slugger awards.

(N-F-L football)

Carolina 45, Miami 21

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The Carolina Panthers are 7-3 and a half-game off the NFC South lead after rolling up a team-record 548 total yards in a 45-21 pounding of the Miami Dolphins. Cam Newton provided much of that yardage by providing 254 yards through the air and 95 on the ground. Newton also threw two of his four scoring passes to Devin Funchess, who had five receptions for 92 yards.

(college basketball)

NEW YORK – Duke remains the No. 1 team in The Associated Press men’s basketball poll. The Blue Devils picked up 34 of 65 first-place votes, second-ranked Michigan State claimed 13, No. 3 Arizona received 16 and No. 4 Kansas took two. Fifth-ranked Villanova is followed by Wichita State, Kentucky, Florida, North Carolina and Southern California

(6) Wichita State 81, College of Charleston 63
(8) Florida 116, Gardner-Webb 74
(10) Southern Cal 75, North Dakota State 65
(12) Cincinnati 102, Western Carolina 51
(13) Notre Dame 88, Mount St. Mary’s 62
(14) Minnesota 86, Providence 74
(15) Xavier 101, Rider 75
(20) Northwestern 75, St. Peter’s 66
(21) Saint Mary’s (Cal) 92, New Mexico State 74
(25) Baylor 70, Texas A&M-Corpus Christie 46

(N-B-A basketball)

Washington 110, Sacramento 92
Cleveland 104, New York 101
Milwaukee 110, Memphis 103
New Orleans 106, Atlanta 105
L.A. Lakers 100, Phoenix 93
Minnesota 109, Utah 98
Portland 99, Denver 82
Golden State 110, Orlando 100
Philadelphia 109, L.A. Clippers 105

(N-H-L hockey)

Carolina 5, Dallas 1
Calgary 7, St. Louis 4

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – November 14

(major league baseball)

UNDATED – Torey Lovullo is the National League Manager of the Year after guiding the Arizona Diamondbacks to a 93-69 record and a wild-card berth in his first year at the helm. Lovullo received 18 of 30 first-place votes and 111 points in voting by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. Dave Roberts of the pennant-winning Los Angeles Dodgers was second, and Colorado’s Bud Black was third.

UNDATED – The Minnesota Twins’ one-year turnaround has led Paul Molitor to be named the American League Manager of the Year by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. The Twins went 85-77 this past season and earned their first playoff spot since 2010 after losing 103 games in 2016. Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona received 11 first-place votes to finish second in the balloting, one spot ahead of Houston’s A.J. Hinch.

(college basketball)

Top 25 games:
(1) Duke 88, (2) Michigan State 81
(4) Kansas 65, (7) Kentucky 61
(5) Villanova 113, Nicholls State 77
(17) Gonzaga 106, Howard 69
(19) Purdue 86, Marquette 71

 

(N-B-A basketball)

Boston 109, Brooklyn 102
Toronto 129, Houston 113
San Antonio 97, Dallas 91

(N-H-L hockey)

Pittsburgh 5, Buffalo 4, OT
Florida 4, Dallas 3, SO
Columbus 2, Montreal 1, OT
Minnesota 3, Philadelphia 0
Winnipeg 4, Arizona 1
Nashville 6, Washington 3
Edmonton 8, Vegas 2
Vancouver 3, Los Angeles 2

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – November 15

(major league baseball)

UNDATED – Cleveland Indians ace Corey Kluber has won his second American League Cy Young Award after picking up 28 of 30 first-place votes from the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. Kluber led the majors with a 2.25 ERA and tied for the major league lead with 18 victories, three years after capturing the award. Boston’s Chris Sale finished second and Luis Severino of the New York Yankees was third.

UNDATED – Washington Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer is the National League Cy Young Award winner for the second straight year after going 16-6 with a 2.51 ERA and a league-leading 268 strikeouts in 31 starts. Scherzer received 27 of 30 first-place votes to easily outdistance Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw in the balloting by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. It’s the third Cy Young for Sherzer, who also claimed the American League honor in 2013.

(college basketball)

Morningside 75, Mount Marty 72  (former Bulldog Tyler Borchers had 16 points and 10 rebounds for the Mustangs)

Top-25 games:
(9) North Carolina 93, Bucknell 81
(14) Minnesota 107, Niagara 81
Creighton 92, (20) Northwestern 88
(21) Saint Mary’s (Cal) 76, Cal State-Fullerton 57
(22) Seton Hall 84, Indiana 68
(23) U-C-L-A 106, Central Arkansas 101, OT
(24) West Virginia 98, American University 64

 

(N-B-A basketball)

Atlanta 126, Sacramento 80
New York 106, Utah 101
Washington 102, Miami 93
Cleveland 115, Charlotte 107
Indiana 116, Memphis 113
Milwaukee 99, Detroit 95
Minnesota 98, San Antonio 86
Oklahoma City 92, Chicago 79
Toronto 125, New Orleans 116
Portland 99, Orlando 94
Philadelphia 115, L.A. Lakers 109

(N-H-L hockey)

Detroit 8, Calgary 2
Chicago 6, N.Y. Rangers 3
Anaheim 4, Boston 2

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – November 16

(major league baseball)

UNDATED – Jose Altuve is the 2017 American League M-V-P. The Houston Astros infielder beat out New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge for the award by a wide margin. The 5-foot-6 Altuve drew 27 of the 30 first-place votes in balloting by members of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. Altuve batted a major league-best .346. He hit 24 home runs with 81 RBIs, scored 112 times, stole 32 bases and showed a sharp glove at second base. Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton won the N-L MVP award, edging Joey Votto of the Cincinnati Reds. Stanton led the big leagues with 59 home runs and 132 RBIs.

(high school football playoffs)

CEDAR FALLSQuarterback Wyatt Sawvel ran for three touchdowns and threw for another and accounted for 233 yards of total offense to lead top-rated Don Bosco to a 52-14 win over No. 2 Remsen St. Mary’s Thursday morning in the 8-player State title game at the UNI-Dome.  The Dons converted five turnovers into points, intercepting Derrick Schorg four times and returning one for a touchdown.  Two of the interceptions came in the end zone to stop Hawk scoring threats.  Don Bosco led 8-6 late in the first half before Sawvel connected with Kendall Becker on a 39-yard TD-pass with five seconds to play to open a 16-6 halftime lead.  The Dons blew the game open with a 20-point blitz in a span of a minute and 31 seconds late in the third quarter.  Sawvel’s two-yard run with 2:34 left in the third quarter extended the lead to 22-6 and eight seconds later, Thomas Even returned an interception 19 yards for a 28-6 advantage.  The Hawks fumbled at their own one yard line on their next possession to set up a one yard run by Austin Svoboda with 1:03 to play in the third period.  Sawvel and Even added touchdown runs in the fourth quarter for the Dons.  The Hawks scored in the first quarter on a three yard run with a fumble by Matt Begnoche and Kenny Bohnenkamp hauled in an 18-yard TD pass from Derrick Schorg with 5:12 to play in the game.  Don Bosco’s defense held St. Mary’s standout Caanan Cox to just 53 yards on 22 carries and the Hawks finished with just 25 yards on the ground.  Cox caught five passes for an additional 26 yards.  That forced Schorg to throw the ball 29 times.  He connected on 16 for 187 yards.  Carter Kuchel caught five passes for 82 yards.  Sawvel carried 28 times for the defending State champion Dons for 188 yards and was 2-for-7 passing for 82 yards.  Don Bosco had a 352-to-212 yardage advantage for the day.  The title was the third in the last five years for Don Bosco and capped a 13-and-0 season to extend their state-best winning streak to 21 in a row.  St. Mary’s ends the season at 11-and-1.

 8-MAN STATE CHAMPIONSHIP AT THE UNI-DOME
#1-Don Bosco (13-0) 52 #2-Remsen St. Mary’s (11-1) 14  

CLASS A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP AT THE UNI-DOME
#1-West Sioux (13-0) 35, #3-Hudson (12-1) 14

CLASS 3A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP AT THE UNI-DOME
#3-Cedar Rapids Xavier (13-0) 31, #5-Pella (11-2) 13

(college football)

(23) South Florida 27, Tulsa 20

TAMPA, Fla. – Quinton Flowers tossed a pair of touchdown passes and No. 23 South Florida held off Tulsa 27-20 to remain in contention for a berth in the American Athletic Conference championship game. Flowers, one of the nation’s top dual-threat quarterbacks, ran for 119 yards while also throwing for 142 to send the Bulls into next week’s regular-season finale against No. 14 U-C-F with the A-A-C’s East Division title on the line.

(N-F-L football)

Pittsburgh 40, Tennessee 17

PITTSBURGH – Antonio Brown caught three of four touchdown passes thrown by Ben Roethlisberger as the Pittsburgh Steelers pulled away from the Tennessee Titans 40-17. Running the no-huddle offense extensively for the first time all season, Roethlisberger completed 30 of 45 passes for 299 yards to help the Steelers (8-2) win their fifth straight. Brown caught 10 passes for 144 yards.

(college basketball)

Iowa State 104, Appalachian State 98
Iowa 85, Grambling State 74

Top-25 games:
(3) Arizona 91, Cal State-Bakersfield 59
(8) Florida 108, North Florida 68
(11) Miami 90, Florida A&M 59
(12) Cincinnati 97, Coppin State 54
(13) Notre Dame 105, Chicago State 66
(15) Xavier 80, Wisconsin 70

(N-B-A  basketball)

Boston 92, Golden State 88
Houston 142, Phoenix 116

(N-H-L hockey)

Toronto 1, New Jersey 0, OT
N.Y. Islanders 6, Carolina 4
Pittsburgh 3, Ottawa 1
Tampa Bay 6, Dallas 1
Arizona 5, Montreal 4
Winnipeg 3, Philadelphia 2, SO
Minnesota 6, Nashville 4
St. Louis 4, Edmonton 1
Colorado 6, Washington 2
Vegas 5, Vancouver 2
Florida 2, San Jose 0
Boston 2, Los Angeles 1

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – November 17

(high school basketball)

LE MARS — No. 5 (4A) Le Mars tuned up for their regular season opener Tuesday night with Hinton by beating No. 12 (2A) Okoboji 52-27 in the Hall-of-Pride game at the Bulldogs Competition gym Friday night.  The contest was officially ruled a scrimmage game so it will not count on either team’s record.  Madison Dreckman led Le Mars with 19 points while Jenn Schneider added 15.  Tuesday’s game will be carried on KLEM.

LE MARS — Gehlen Catholic scored the first 14 points of the game and never looked back in winning their season opening girls basketball game with River Valley 55-22 Friday night at the Marvin Langel Memorial gymnasium.  The Lady Jays led 22-2 after a quarter and 34-9 at halftime.  The lead increased to a 35-point margin early in the second half sending the game into continuous clock.  Sydney Livermore led the way for Gehlen with 18 points while Addison Weber dropping in 11 and Katelyn Langel 10.  Taylor Knaack had 13 for the Wolverines.  Gehlen hosts Siouxland Christian Tuesday night while River Valley opens their home schedule Tuesday against Kingsley-Pierson.

(G) Gehlen Catholic (1-0) 55, River Valley 22

(G) Woodbury Central 51, Hinton 42

(high school football playoffs)

CLASS 1A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP AT THE UNI-DOME
#2-Van Meter (13-0) 28, #4-Iowa City Regina (10-3) 7

CLASS 2A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP AT THE UNI-DOME
#5-Waukon (12-1) 29, #9-Williamsburg (10-3) 0

CLASS 4A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP AT THE UNI-DOME
#2-Dowling Catholic (13-1) 35, #1-Iowa City West (12-1) 21

(college basketball)

PUERTO RICO TIP-OFF CLASSIC:  Iowa State 80, Tulsa 78

Top 25 games:
(1) Duke 78, Southern University 61
(4) Kansas 98, South Dakota State 64
(5) Villanova 104, Lafayette 57
(7) Kentucky 78, E-T-S-U 61
(16) Texas A&M 84, U-C Santa Barbara 65
(18) Louisville 87, Nebraska-Omaha 78
(23) U-C-L-A 96, South Carolina State 68
(25) Baylor 78, Alcorn State 61

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 107, Detroit 100
Miami 91, Washington 88
Brooklyn 118, Utah 107
Cleveland 118, L.A. Clippers 113, OT
Toronto 107, New York 84
Chicago 123, Charlotte 120
San Antonio 104, Oklahoma City 103
Minnesota 111, Dallas 87
Sacramento 86, Portland 82
Denver 146, New Orleans 114
Phoenix 122, L.A. Lakers 113

(N-H-L hockey)

Columbus 2, N-Y Rangers 0
Detroit 3, Buffalo 1

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – November 18

(college football)

NAIA Play-offs:
(3) Morningside 63, (16) Sterling (KS.) 7
(10) Northwestern 55, (7) Langston (OK.) 7

Purdue 24, Iowa 15
(13) Penn State 56, Nebraska 44
Iowa State 23, Baylor 13
U-N-I 41, Indiana State 3

Top 25 games:
(1) Alabama 56, Mercer 0
(2) Miami (Fla.) 44, Virginia 28
(3) Oklahoma 41, Kansas 3
(4) Clemson 61, The Citadel 3
(5) Wiscvonsin 24, (19) Michigan 10
(6) Auburn 42, Louisiana-Monroe 14
(7) Georgia 42, Kentucky 13
(8) Ohio State 52, Illinois 14
(9) Notre Dame 24, Navy 17
Kansas State 45, (10) Oklahoma State 40
(11) T-C-U 27, Texas Tech 3
(12) Southern Cal 28, U-C-L-A 23
(14) U-C-F 45, Temple 19
(16) Washington 33, Utah 30
(17) Mississippi State 28, Arkansas 21
(18) Memphis 66, S-M-U 45
(20) Stanford 17, California 14
(21) L-S-U 30, Tennessee 10
(22) Michigan State 17, Maryland 7
Texas 28, (24) West Virginia 14
Wake Forest 30, (25) North Carolina State 24

(college basketball)

(17) Gonzaga 79, Utah State 66
(19) Purdue 106, Fairfield 64
(20) Northwestern 82, La Salle 74
(22) Seton Hall 82, N-J-I-T 53
(24) West Virginia 111, Morgan State 48

(W) Bethel 85, Buena Vista 79  (former Lady Bulldog Holly Schneider had 15 points)

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 102, L.A. Clippers 87
Utah 125, Orlando 85
Boston 110, Atlanta 99
Golden State 124, Philadelphia 116
Houston 105, Memphis 83
Dallas 111, Milwaukee 79
Portland 102, Sacramento 90

(N-H-L hockey)

Calgary 5, Philadelphia 4, OT
Arizona 3, Ottawa 2, OT
Dallas 6, Edmonton 3
Winnipeg 5, New Jersey 2
Los Angeles 4, Florida 0
Carolina 3, Buffalo 1
Toronto 6, Montreal 0
N-Y Islanders 5, Tampa Bay 3
Chicago 2, Pittsburgh 1
Washington 3, Minnesota 1
Nashville 5, Colorado 2
St. Louis 4, Vancouver 3, OT
Boston 3, San Jose 1